On Thursday, six people were stabbed at the Pride March, and 2) early Friday morning two Palestinian homes were set on fire and as a result four family members werw hospitalized and a baby died. It's horrifying enough just to read the headlines without thinking too deeply about it. But unfortunately both of those events comes in a context of a long and painful history, spattering more blood on the already stained pages.
The women of Israel want to serve in the army... but right now, it is not a safe place for us.
To the invaluable human soul behind the screen reading my words, I want to talk to you about this week. Sunday the semester starts, and that's not enough time to recover from the emotional impact of this week's events. It's not fair. Yesterday, a crazy person killed a baby with a car. Today, both Jews … Continue reading To You, With Love From A Fellow Human
Too many people have asked me that question, so here's your answer. I am so incredibly proud to be a resident of Jerusalem right now. For one shining moment, no matter who you are - gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, pan, in, out, religious, secular, in between...for one moment you can just live in a … Continue reading Why We Need Pride In Jerusalem
I make generalizations by accident sometimes. I think everyone does. It's just a habit we have of not being accurate when talking about other people. One of the most basic principles of mathematics - logic, specifically - is the difference between "there exists" and "for all/every." For example, 1. There exists a solution to the … Continue reading There Exists vs. For All – Math and Racism
"There was a large crowd of people...They were throwing things and shouting…" This is not a quote from the Women of the Wall, but it might as well be. I was killing time on Facebook yesterday when I read this status update: and it reminded me of something from a children's book I used to … Continue reading Bridges, Walls, and Leadership